music to (one's) ears(redirected from music to their ears)
music to (one's) ears
Something that is pleasing to hear, such as good news. Primarily heard in UK. When Michelle heard that her son and daughter-in-law were going to have a baby, it was music to her ears.
music to someone's ears
Fig. a welcome sound to someone; news that someone is pleased to hear. A: Here's your paycheck for this month. B: Ah, that's music to my ears!
music to one's ears
Very pleasing information, excellent news, as in So they're getting married? That's music to my ears.
music to your ears
COMMON If something that someone says is music to your ears, you are very happy to hear it. That must have been music to your ears, Carlo, to hear how much they respect you. `There'll be another big bonus in it for you.' — `Music to my ears.'